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Cura 2.7 bed center help

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I put my object on the print bed in cura but when its printing it, the object is way off, not even on the print bed. How do i make it know its center because it does its enddtop run at start. Please help frustrated

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What printer is this? So in cura "machine settings" you can set the size of your printbed and also you can say that 0,0 is either in the corner of the print bed or the center.

I'm guessing that for your printer (this is common on delta printers) 0,0 i in the center so try changing that checkbox.

If it's not that then it's probably the size thing. If you say the printer is 200 by 200 then it will try to center the part at 100,100. But if your printer is smaller than that it will not center the part.

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